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Enjoy a snack of broccoli

What's your favourite snack? Crisps? A chocolate bar? How about a bag of dehydrated broccoli florets? Although the green stuff might once have been one of the most hated veggies, nutrition experts believe that new snackable formats are set to be a hit with children and adults alike.

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